Charlie Putih Returns To The Fast & Furious Saga Alongside Jvke, Jimin of BTS, and Muni Long for “Angel Pt. 2” 

Angel Pt. 2 has been released! Artist Partner Group (APG) in partnership with Universal Pictures and Universal Music Group (UMG) released Angel Pt. 2 following the release of “Angel Pt. 1.”

The song features the hit singer-songwriter and GRAMMY nominated producer JVKE, JIMIN of BTS, GRAMMY winning songstress Muni Long and joined by global icon and four-time GRAMMY-nominee Charlie Puth. Angel Pt. 2 also serves as Puth’s return to the franchise after his 2015 hit “See You Again” with Wiz Khalifa.

Coinciding with the release of FAST X, Angel Pt. 1 was released worldwide. The video has amassed over 23 million views in three weeks, peaking at #4 on the overall YouTube Music trending chart while the single went #1 on the Apple digital song charts and has catapulted to over 110 million global streams.

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The track was previously made available only as a 62 second teaser for fans and quickly garnered over 8 million streams and over 1 million views on its music video trailer within its first week on YouTube while spawning multiple TikTok trends.

Continuing the franchise’s tradition of showcasing music excitement of the Fast & Furious Saga, fans were given an early preview of the project with the release of “Let’s Ride” from YG, Lambo4oe, Ty Dolla $ign, which debuted in February 2023 during SuperBowl Sunday alongside the film’s first official trailer.

The trailer generated more than 36 million views on Youtube. The song was quickly added to 25+ New Music Fridays and was Top 10 on Spotify’s influential playlist, Rap Caviar. The film franchise has grossed more than $6 billion worldwide, and the soundtracks from previous films have been streamed more than 22.5 BILLION times worldwide.

About Fast & Furious Saga

The tenth chapter in the Fast & Furious Saga, Fast X, has grossed more than $650 million at the worldwide box office since its release on May 19, 2023. In addition to 2017’s The Fate of the Furious and 2021’s blockbuster F9, the franchise has expanded to a multitude of offerings from toys and video games to an animated series and the successfully launched spin-off franchise, Hobbs & Shaw.

Over the course of ten films that have stoked passion in an ever-expanding audience and have earned more than $6 billion at the worldwide box office, Universal Pictures’ record-smashing, homegrown Fast & Furious Saga has become the studio’s most-profitable and longest-running franchise.

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